Mozilla 1.0.1 and 1.1 Release Candidates
Thursday August 15th, 2002
Asa Dotzler writes: "Test builds for everyone!
"If you're using 1.0 and you'd like to test our release candidates for 1.0.1 you can get them at ftp.mozilla.org. If you're riding the trunk builds and you'd like a sneak peak at 1.1 you can get candidate builds at ftp.mozilla.org. More on our release plans available in this news posting."
#48 okay... but...
Monday August 19th, 2002 2:39 PM
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Okay, so assuming that statistics are neutral, I can't get either of the pageloading tools (at <http://www.mozilla.org/pe…tartup-perf-brownbag.html>) to work because they exist at mcom.com, which doesn't seem to exist anymore. I couldn't find any statistics that were already compiled (although if I were a C++ engineer I could go through the brownbag area to create my own stats). At best this would give me good stats on Mozilla, but not a comparison of Mozilla vs. other browsers (or even different browsers on different systems), which is what I was really looking for. Something more like <http://www.cnet.com/softw…3227884-8-20005816-6.html> but more in depth detail (even CNET said their testing produced results that are "a bit odd" and since "browser's actual speeds often varied by less than a second" it's too tough to call). I'm not trying to be difficult, but I find it odd that many people claim one browser is faster than another, but there is very little proof out there to argue with.